Throughout the years this old house had its share of renovations, and now it's time to do one more -- in the kitchen. A cramped workspace, little storage and no venting are some major issues. Scott wants a kitchen that he can really cook in, because he loves to entertain for large groups of friends and the layout in this kitchen doesn't work very well.
We're going to help the homeowners start from scratch and create a chef's dream kitchen with professional style elements that can inspire the cook in everyone.
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